Ten Epistles of Ovid: Translated Into English Verse, with the Latin and Notes; To Which Are Subjoined the Epistles of Hero to Leander, and Leander to Hero, by a Different Hand; that of Sappho to Phaon by Pope, and of Dido to Eneas by Dryden.

By: Ovid (William Windsor Fitzthomas, translator)

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Disbound. Frontis of three maidens by R. Henderson engraved by J.W. Tomkin, Title, Advertisement, xlv, [i],317,[2] pp. Original paper covered boards disbound & lacking spine paper. Scarce in the first edition. Not mentioned is Lowndes.; 10 mo; All shipments through USPS insured Priority Mail. . First Edition.

Title: Ten Epistles of Ovid: Translated Into English Verse, with the Latin and Notes; To Which Are Subjoined the Epistles of Hero to Leander, and Leander to Hero, by a Different Hand; that of Sappho to Phaon by Pope, and of Dido to Eneas by Dryden.

Author Name: Ovid (William Windsor Fitzthomas, translator)

Categories: Classical Literature,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, C. & R. Baldwin: 1807

Binding: Disbound

Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 3475

Keywords: Mythology, Latin, Poetry, ovid